A handbook for interprofessional practice in the human services: learning to work together. Brian Littlechild and Roger Smith eds. Pearson Education Limited, ISBN Interprofessional practice is a daily challenge to service users, carers, and health and social care professionals. This book provides a welcome analysis to a process that is continually undergoing change. Divided into three parts, the first provides a clear introduction to the history of the policy and political background to interprofessional practice, drawing on high profile cases to highlight the historical challenges and to You may need to log in through your institution or contact your library to obtain proper credentials.
You'll be held accountable for the material in your program's handbook. Much of the information you need as a student applies to everyone at Camosun College, students, faculty, and staff, and it is available college-wide. This guide is designed to help HHS students quickly navigate to information and resources at the college that can help to support and enhance your learning. Departments are operational divisions within the School of HHS. Like programming is often grouped together to take advantage of similar professional outcomes or discipline knowledge. Departments have a Chair a faculty leader who supports and promotes the operations of programs within their department.
Chairs receive student grade appeals and enforce program discipline. Your personal safety is a shared concern and responsibility between yourself and the College. Ensure you familiarize yourself with the College's safety procedures and support offerings on the Campus Safety and Emergency Management pages. Theft is a common problem on college campuses. Camosun College cannot be responsible for the loss or theft of student belongings.
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You can rent lockers through the bookstore or leave your valuables at home. Personal belongings such as knapsacks, purses, and jewelry are not allowed in labs. Textbooks, notes, and assignments should be labeled with your name and telephone number and not left unattended. Campus Security contact information non-emergency is The Camosun College Student Society offers a Walk Safer program to provide you with an escorted walk or ride to your car or bus stop.
While HHS faculty may be competent at performing first aid and other medical and counselling procedures, you must report injuries to your instructor s and seek care and treatment from designated College personnel or external providers. Failure to comply with these steps could result in you being ineligible for compensation for any expenses incurred as a result of the injury.
Students with life-threatening allergies or known anaphylactic reactions may wish to notify their instructors to discuss risks associated with coming into contact with allergens during class, lab, and practicum experiences. It is your responsibility to identify your latex allergy to the instructor and discuss options to minimize exposure. Camosun College is committed to a safe, healthy and respectful environment for its students and employees, and recognizes that scented products e.
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A number of campus services exist to support you in your educational journey at Camosun. Visit camosun. The Office of Student Support works collaboratively with students, staff, faculty, and community partners to guide and support students on their learning journey towards student success. Through clear articulation and education of rights, responsibilities, and Camosun College policies, the Office promotes a safe and inclusive environment for the growth and development of all Camosun students.
Exam timetables, and course assignment due dates will be offered to students after the start of each term. Important program dates are published to your individual program and course calendars. These are distributed by email, handed out in class, and published to D2L in courses with blended access.
For all HHS programs, outcomes and objectives that outline the skills and knowledge expectations for each course are provided for students. Students are encouraged to review these prior to and during coursework for reference and learning needs. Course information: required texts, tests, assignments etc. They contain information from the Education Council approved course description, plus assignment and exam information. Course outlines form a "contract" between the instructor and the student, and are sometimes referred to in a student appeal.
They can be vital tool for establishing course credit when students attempt to articulate between learning institutions. See the archive of course outlines from past terms. Faculty and staff in all HHS programs are committed to ensuring that you become skilled, dependable, and accountable in your area of study. All instructors within the programs are concerned about and share responsibility for student success. If you are having difficulties with course material, it is your responsibility to arrange help before you get too far behind.
Instructors have posted office hours and can also be booked for extra, individual help as required. Not doing so may affect your overall success. When an instructor, during the process of ongoing assessment, determines you to be at academic risk, the instructor will alert you and discuss improvement strategies. Because you are ultimately responsible for your progress, you should communicate your progress and challenges to the instructor and act on the improvement strategies suggested.
You can minimize your academic risk by attending all you classes, studying regularly, and building good relationships with your instructors and classmates. The School of HHS is committed to competence, professionalism, and integrity in our students and developing your core skills to succeed throughout your academic programs and in your careers. The purpose of these guidelines is to provide clear expectations of appropriate academic conduct and to establish processes for discipline in appropriate circumstances.
It is your responsibility to become familiar with the content and the consequences of academic dishonesty. Representing the work of others as your own is plagiarism. Quote and cite sources in a way that gives proper credit and avoids plagiarism. When in doubt about how to acknowledge a source, consult your instructor, the Writing Centre , the Help Centres , or a librarian.
Plagiarism includes, but is not limited to, the following:. Note The consequences for plagiarism are those listed under Academic Dishonesty within the policy. Once the grades are distributed, test or examination papers may be viewed or discussed with the instructor at a pre-appointed time. Arriving late for written or laboratory testing is disruptive to your peers and the instructor. You will not be allowed into the testing or laboratory room after 10 minutes has elapsed from the testing start time and will therefore forfeit your opportunity for testing. Likewise, you may not leave the room until 30 minutes after the test has commenced.
If you arrive late, you will not be granted extra time to write the test or to complete the laboratory evaluation. You are informed of the dates and times at the beginning of the course and are expected to organize your schedule accordingly. Whether you will be able to reschedule your assessment will be addressed on a case by case basis and dependent on program guidelines.
See the Camosun College policy on Grading E Passing grades may differ in each program. Information regarding the passing grade required can be found on the Admission Requirements page for your program. At the discretion of the instructor, if you have shown satisfactory progress, but have been unable to complete the requirements of a course due to hardship or extenuating circumstances, such as illness or death in the family, you may be issued an Incomplete I rather than a failing F grade.
Occasionally difficulties related to a practicum site, the lack of appropriate clients or excessive client cancellations may interfere with completing practicum or clinical course requirements. The following criteria would be used in assigning an incomplete grade. In such situations a Collaborative Agreement will be developed with you and it is expected that you will complete the requirements within the specified time frame.
Upon successful completion of the requirements within the specified time frame, the incomplete grade will be changed to reflect a passing grade. A failing grade will result if the contract is not fulfilled on time and as specified. If you leave your program prior to completion, the Chair or designate will attempt to schedule an exit interview with you.
Where appropriate, a Personal Learning Plan PLP may be developed in collaboration with you which could include specific learning strategies for returning to the program or a recommendation for career counselling. If you are eligible and wish to re-enter an HHS program, you will need to follow the guidelines below:. If you are not offered a seat to re-enter, you will remain on the program applicant list for the next intake.
The Camosun homepage provides updates regarding college closures due to extreme weather conditions. Students are encouraged to download the Camosun Emergency Management app for all emergency situations related to the college. Please note that it is not an instructor's role to determine class cancellation due to weather conditions. Please do not email or phone faculty to make inquiries about college closure. Camosun Severe Weather Policy. In the event that adverse weather conditions prevent attendance of an evaluation when the college remains open the following guidelines apply.
Course instructors usually have a designated back-up instructor. If your instructor is unable to attend class, they will notify their back-up instructor and have them substitute teach the class. Back-up instructors are well versed in the course content. They will progress through course content at the usual and expected pace in order to ensure students receive all instruction necessary prior to assessment dates. As an institution, we take great pride in our history and identity as a comprehensive community college.
As such, we are privileged to support the personal and professional development of learners and, in turn, positively influence the social and economic progress of our communities. Realizing our vision to provide life-changing learning requires us to continuously pursue excellence in all we do. We strive for excellence in our educational program offerings, the quality of the student experience we collectively deliver, and the ongoing efficiency and effectiveness of our services and operational practices by following guiding principles, valuing student voices, and investing in our faculty and employees.
When an instructor or course is eligible for evaluation, students will receive instructions on how to access a confidential course survey to provide feedback to the college and instructor about their learning experience. Survey results are not provided to instructors until after final grades have been officially posted to the student's transcripts on Camlink. Surveys may be conducted in person by a Camosun administration team member or a web link may be e-mailed to students. Participation is voluntary but strongly encouraged as evaluation surveys are an excellent way for student voices to be heard.
If you'd like to learn more about how Camosun College uses data collected from students, visit the Institutional Research and Planning website. Camosun College values positive and supportive student experiences. Student representatives have the opportunity to participate in events and meetings, including attending the bi-annual Program Advisory Committee meetings, where they get to know employers and community representatives. HHS expects members, students and employees alike, to act towards each other in a manner that contributes to a positive, supportive and safe learning environment.
These guidelines will support you to address communication issues that may arise. If the issue involves a faculty or staff member, you are encouraged to meet with the individual and attempt to resolve the problem. See Sec. Camosun's faculty, staff and administration are deeply committed to excellence in teaching and student success. Camosun has established a number of processes for bringing forward and dealing with any concerns about the quality of teaching and learning in the classroom and throughout the college experience.
The Student Complaint Process is for student complaints about teaching and learning, other than those involving grades and formal human rights complaints. At any point in the process, you may contact the Office of Student Support for guidance and support. It is each student's responsibility to attend the first class meeting of each course. If a student does not attend and does not contact the instructor within two working days following the first class with a satisfactory explanation, admittance to the course may be denied. Learn more.
Students are responsible for knowing and complying with the additional attendance and absenteeism rules for their individual programs and courses. In most HHS programs, failure to comply with attendance rules can result in a student failing their course or being unable to successfully complete their program. Although there is no formal dress policy at Camosun College, all programs expect you to dress in a manner which reflects the profession that you have chosen to pursue.
The following guidelines are general, please refer to your program handbook for the dress code specific to your field. Clean clothing and neat, clean, professional-looking attire and hairstyle will meet the expectations of the program for the classroom. Clinical attire should only be worn at the clinical site. It should not be worn outside the clinical environment. In labs and clinical settings, you are expected to adhere to professional appearance requirements consisting of:.
Because the people that HHS students look after are in a vulnerable position, we must be certain that their safety is secure. Consequently, when a student in the clinical setting puts the client in physical or emotional jeopardy, this will be considered a very serious matter. Physical Jeopardy: Any action or inaction on the part of the student that threatens the client's physical well-being.
Such behaviours may include interference with essential care, failure to carry out required care, or failure to behave in a responsible or accountable manner. Emotional Jeopardy: Any action or inaction on the part of the student that threatens the client's emotional well-being. Such behaviours may include interpersonal communications which belittle or demean the client or practices which blatantly defile the dignity of the client.
Further examples of unsafe, unethical and unprofessional practice include, but are not limited to:. Please see Student Conduct Policy for further examples of unacceptable student conduct. Any time a safety incident occurs during a clinical experience, the student involved will be asked to complete program specific documentation. If the safety incident results in injury to the student or others, then a facility incident report must also be completed. Copies of all incident reports and other documentation are placed in the student's file.
In situations where a student is displaying behaviour which places the client in physical or emotional jeopardy, is found to be unsafe to self or others, or demonstrates unethical or unprofessional behaviour in the clinical area the instructor will follow the department-specific process for documentation of concerns. The student will be clearly informed of the behaviour required for continuance in the clinical placement and may be asked to leave the setting for the remainder of that day. If the student is temporarily removed from the clinical area, the instructor must inform the Department Chair or designate immediately.
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The student, the program instructors and the Department Chair or designate will subsequently meet to discuss the student's performance and develop a recommendation for remediation. The student will be advised of these conditions in writing. The student can appeal this action through the Student Appeal Policy. If appropriate, conditions for re-entry to the program will be communicated to the student in writing. Field Schools are short-term study abroad programs with long-lasting memories. Taught and led by Camosun faculty, you will study and travel with a group of students for up to six weeks.
Field Schools change every academic year. Consistent attendance in classes, labs and while on practicum is critical to your success in all programs. Missing classes means that you will miss guest speakers, multi-media presentations, and class discussions. All of these are important to your learning and to your successful completion of the program. If you are absent from a scheduled class you are responsible for getting information that you have missed from your instructor or a classmate. Be open to and responsible for your learning.
Talking to your instructors about your learning needs and progress can make a difference in your success while at Camosun. All instructors want to work with students to ensure that they are successful.
You can arrange to meet with your instructors to talk about assignments, exams or any other areas related to your learning. Let us know what you need to be successful! Camosun offers numerous academic supports such as the Student Success Centre which offers help on how to study, write exams, and manage time and stress; the Writing Centres to help you develop valuable writing strategies; the English, Math, and Science Help Centres for tutoring help; and the Library for research help, study rooms, and general use computers.
Successful students will spend about 15 hours each week on their studies. That equates to 1 to 2 hours per day during the week and 5 to 10 hours on the weekends. Getting adequate sleep and time off from your studies to relax, refresh, and recharge is also critical for knowledge retention. You may also need time to address your other responsibilities such as a job or caring for family members. Therefore time management is a critical skill for success. In partnership with the Camosun College Foundation, HHS offers a number of awards to our outstanding students to help support your educational goals.
Eligibility for HHS awards requires that you be enrolled in one of our programs during the current offering or academic calendar year. See the full list of HHS financial awards. The ceremony honours the hard work and achievements of students and graduates across HHS programs.
Check the HHS Events page for ceremony details. Each June, graduates are invited to a graduation ceremony to celebrate your accomplishments with friends and family. The invitation is usually sent by mail.
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If you are not quite finished your academic program prior to June, you may attend graduation with notice. Watch for a call for Request to Attend at the end of March. To make the most of your graduation day, check the Before Grad page to make sure you've made all the necessary arrangements:. You can access an unofficial transcript of grades on Camlink and may also order an official transcript of grades from the Registrar's Office. There is a cost associated with issuing an official transcript.